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nabe

(ˈnɑːbɛ)
n
1. (Cookery) a Japanese cooking pot
2. (Cookery) a stew or soup cooked in such a pot

nabe

(neɪb)

n.
Usu., nabes.Slang. a neighborhood movie theater.
[1935–40; shortening and resp. of neighborhood]
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The professional benefits of NABE membership have been influential to my team, and we are happy to see the monetary gift go to the NABE Foundation, which continues to support and develop the next generation of leaders in our field.
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